Gates of Fire by Pressfield for how to be a man or even a [SPOILER
a-w-l-o-e-m-r-a-t-n]. The Once and Future King by White for
nation-building, morality and ethics, and how to love. The Name of
the Wind by Rothfuss for a great protagonist, premise, and story -
can't wait for the third in the series. Guilty pleasures: Child,
Sandford, White, Connelly, Crais.
The Lion King, yes, The Lion King aka Hamlet on the Veldt. The
Challenge, perhaps Scott Glenn's least-seen movie. 48 Hours, the
perfect movie. Anything with Keira Knightley, Natalie Portman, Mila
Kunis, Anne Hathaway, and Jodie Foster. I like Ashton Kutcher, Hugh
Jackman, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt, too.
Can't wait for the latest seasons to hit Netflix of Homeland,
Breaking Bad, Dexter, and of course best of breed: 30 Rock. Eager
for the next seasons of Game of Thrones and The Newsroom. If only
The West Wing were still on.
I'm an omnivore but not an omni-aur. If it comes from the ghetto -
stop right there.
Me carnivore; tried veggie and couldn't do it. Not much I avoid
except fried, pasta, soda.